Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Events, 2013/2014

Steven has been invited to lecture at Stanford University in the EE380 Fall and Winter quarters. Both events will be recorded and subsequently available via Stanford's presence on iTunesU and YouTube.

Nov. 13th (Fall Quarter): 
On The Origin Of Experience: 
The Shaping Of Sense And The Complex World.

This Fall lecture will introduce Steven's new book.

Jan 15th (Winter Quarter): 
Charles Sanders Peirce (1839-1914): 
His life and contributions to logic and "The American Enlightenment."

"2014 is the centenary of Charles Peirce's death, so I am particularly pleased to be invited to give this talk at the start of the year. I plan to place Peirce in the broader context of nineteenth century intellectualism and the development of Harvard University at the time."





With neuroscientist Eric Virre at the Royal Society's Chicheley Hall, England
What is a neuroscientist doing at a conference on the foundations of computation?
Looking in the right places, that's what.
At The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Science, Incomputable Conference,
at The Royal Society, Chicheley Hall, England
(This picture was taken either by Debbie Ericsson-Zenith or Virgina Davis)  

Computability in Europe, Cambridge University, England

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